Malaysia – Through My Lens

Happy ‘Hump-Day’ to all. Today’s photographic presentation takes us to Malaysia. Now, I will be the first to admit that many of these photos are not particularly amazing, but Malaysia was the first time I started using a digital camera. An old Canon, can’t remember the exact model, but it took photos in an amazing 3 mega-pixels! I know, right? It was 2004, and I got the camera just before I left Australia for a round the world tour, and Malaysia was my first stop.

I visited the capital Kuala Lumpur, the beautiful island of Pangkor, Penang and Malacca. All with my brand new camera. Some of the photos are quite pixelated, that seems to be where a lot of colour or darkness is involved. I’m not sure why – I don’t think photos taken later came out like that. I also was there during the celebration of Thaipusam at the incredible Batu Caves, just outside Kuala Lumpur. Anyways, enjoy!

Temple in Penang

Misty Kuala Lumpur

Couple at sunset on Pangkor

Boat construction Pangkor

Boats moored Pangkor

Beach Pangkor

Batu Caves

Batu Caves Entrance at Thaipusam

Girls on swing Pangkor

Gun guards Penang

Inside Batu Caves at Thaipusam

Malacca

Market Kuala Lumpur

Metro System Kuala Lumpur

Snake and handler Malacca

Rain in Kuala Lumpur – a regular occurrence

Pink taxis on Pangkor

Petronas Towers

Petronas Towers and bridge from below

Penang at sunset

 

Thanks for stopping by – May the Journey Never End!

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